John Deere Manufacturing Facility

Indaiatuba, São Paulo, Brazil

UNDERSTANDING THE CHALLENGE

John Deere recognized the growing demand for construction equipment in South America. To better serve this thriving market, they decided to construct a new manufacturing facility in Brazil that would produce backhoe loaders and four-wheel-drive loaders. We worked closely with Deere to design a high-performing facility that houses specialized manufacturing systems, complex industrial processes, and comfortable workspaces for their employees. Time was a critical factor and necessitated careful coordination between our team and the client’s throughout the duration of the project.

TAILORING THE SOLUTION

The new 27,000-square-meter facility is located on a 40-hectare site and includes 24,000 square meters of manufacturing space and 3,000 square meters of front office space for up to 400 employees. Our design accommodates a broad range of spaces and systems: manufacturing and assembly spaces, conveyor systems, paint systems, a warehouse storage area, wastewater treatment processes, relief stations, locker rooms, mechanical spaces, visitor and employee entrances, a product demonstration area, dealer training center, front office and factory offices, conference space, and other support spaces.

SUPPORTING WHAT MATTERS

We applied a full range of services and strong project coordination to assure a smooth and efficient result and support our client’s goal to be up and running quickly. Designed to enhance performance, the new spaces facilitate employee productivity and comfort.